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1690 Lancaster, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA 7
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Death:
11 May 1764 8
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Ebenezer Thornton Beaman's Family Relations

Father
John Clark Beaman
1649 – 15 Jan 1740
Mother
Priscilla Thornton
1656 – 6 Aug 1729


Spouse
Rebecca Kendall
22 Mar 1693 – 14 Sep 1754
Marriage
1713

Children
Thankful Kendall Beaman
1 Jan 1716 – 30 Mar 1788

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The Beaman and Clark genealogy : a history of the descendants of Gamaliel Beaman and Sarah Clark of Dorchester and Lancaster, Mass. 1635-1909 - Page 155

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JOHN, JR. 75 Adrian, Mich. He was six years Prosecuting Attor- ney for Lenawee Co.; was Judge of Probate four years ; was a Fremont Presidential Elector in 1S56; and in 1860 was elected a Representative in the 37th Congress, serving ten years in the House of Representatives dur- ing the most eventful period of the country's history. In 1870 he declined a re-election on account of his health, and for the same reason when appointed U. S. Senator to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Senator Zach. Chandler, he did not qualify. He was a man of principle and sound political judgment, and in the early years of his legal practise the people of Lenawee Co., named him the honest lawyer; and at the time of his death the press of Michigan declared of him that when in Congress, tho in an age of great political corruption, he would never sell his vote to the railway companies. He m., May 10, 1841 , Mary dau. of Ira and Fear Goodrich of Brockport, N. Y. b. in Granville, N. Y., Mar. 16, 1818 , and d. in Adrian, Sept., 1894 . Mr. Beaman …

The Beaman and Clark genealogy : a history of the descendants of Gamaliel Beaman and Sarah Clark of Dorchester and Lancaster, Mass. 1635-1909 - Page 83

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JOHN, JR. 39 144. Jabez6, b. Mar. 20, 1762 , 145. Lucy6, b. Jan. 20, 1764 , 146. Hannah6, b. Jan. 27, 1766 , 147. Rhoda6, b. Sept. 19, 1768 , 148. Ephraim8, b. Nov. 17, 1770 , 149. Rebecca6, b. Mar. 19, 1774 , 150. Nancy6, b. Oct. 3, 1777 . Joseph Knight Beaman6, (141) served at Lexington, and also at Bunker Hill, where he was wounded in both thighs. Joseph Beaman, Lancaster, marcht to Cambridge in Capt. Joseph Whites company, Col. Asa Whitcombs regimentservice 3 days; transferred to Capt. Benjamin Houghtons company. Col. John Whitcombs regimentservice 8 days ; enlisted into the army April 27, 1775 , in Capt. Andrew Haskell's com- pany, Col. Asa Whitcombs regimentservice 8 mos.; also from Mar., 1776 , in Col. Bedels regiment in New Hampshire, taken prisoner at The Cedars, parolled and returned home June 17, 1776 …

The Beaman and Clark genealogy : a history of the descendants of Gamaliel Beaman and Sarah Clark of Dorchester and Lancaster, Mass. 1635-1909 - Page 99

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JOHN. JR. 47 insurgents in Shays Rebellion, in Capt. Nathaniel Bea- mans company, under Col. Ephraim Stearns. A letter written at the time says, They are as fine a body of men as were ever assembled, composed of the most respectable characters in the places where they were raised. They met other troops at Worcester and. Jan. 25, 1787 , marcht against the enemy. From Hadley to Petersham, thirty miles, they started at eight o'clock, evening of Feb. 13, going thru an almost mountainous country and during the last part of the way facing a violent storm. The drifting snow impeded their steps and it grew so cold that the majority of the troops were frostbitten. To the hardiest soldier that terrible nights march was something to be remembered for life. They reacht Petersham in the morningSundaybut the insurgents had fled and scatteredRebellion ended. Peter removed to Chester, Vt., and m., Nov. 27, 1787 , Marydau. of Nathaniel and Mary Stoneb. in Chester, Nov. 15, 1764 . They settled in Grafton, Windham Co., Vt., on a farm where he was killed, Nov. 12, 1827 , by the fall of a limb of a tree that he was felling. Mrs. Beaman d. April 19, 1845 …

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SOURCE: Descendants of John White of Wenham and Lancaster, Massachusetts Vol III at Genealogylibrary.com

SOURCE: Samuel Richardson and Josiah Ellsworth at Genealogylibrary.com
page 366

Source at genealogylibrary.com
New England Families Genealogical and Memorial: Third Series, Volume III
pg 1187

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